All collapsible boxes produced by NO-NAIL BOXES are 100% plywood and steel. These two materials make recycling them particularly easy when customers no longer can or want to use them.
To ensure correct recycling of the boxes, NO-NAIL BOXES advises its customers to contact their usual local waste management facility to arrange for collection of the boxes to be recycled.
The boxes will be taken to a recycling/upgrading plant where they will be crushed before their plywood and steel components are automatically separated. The steel particles can be easily recovered by magnetisation.
The wood will, for example, be used for electricity and heat generation while the steel will be given a second life.
One shuttle crate can replace 50 packages!
The collapsible boxes by NO-NAIL BOXES comply with European legislation. 100% recyclable and reusable, they are fully in line with Directive 94/62/EC on packaging and packaging waste. This law provides for measures aimed at reducing the production of packaging waste, promoting recycling, reuse and other ways of upgrading this waste. Final disposal of these items should only be considered as a last resort.
Established in Wiltz, No-Nail Boxes has been manufacturing folding plywood and steel crates for industry since 1961. Every year, some 300,000 cases, 90% of which are tailor-made, come out of its production lines. Certified ISO 9001 and 14001, AEO, PEFC, CSR, SuperDrecksKëscht fir Betriber and Dry at Gesond mat System, No-Nail Boxes is integrated in the packaging division of the ALIPA Group, a Luxembourg specialist in industrial packaging and lifting, which counts at total about 130 employees.